AMSTERDAM, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Scania of Sweden, Europe's fourth largest truckmaker, beat out larger German rival MAN in the race to offer a new, more user-friendly diesel engine technology. Scania said on Thursday it has developed the first truck engine that meets the Euro5 emission targets due to take effect in October 2009 without the fuel penalty resulting from the use of a urea-based reducing agent. Previously, Euro5 norms for both toxic nitrogen oxides (NOx) and sooty particulate ...
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